UPDATE: Name of man shot and killed in Oklahoma City released Friday
Man dies of gunshot wound in Oklahoma City. The death is the 99th homicide of the year in Oklahoma City.
9:30 a.m. Police have released the name of a man who died from a Thursday night gunshot wound.
Michael Todd Hall, 40, of Oklahoma City died at OU Medical Center, police Master Sgt. Gary Knight reports.
Hall was shot about 6:55 p.m. Thursday at 1625 Fordson Drive near NW 16 and N Rockwell Avenue.
Police said he was shot by his brother Timothy Trueblood, 54, of Oklahoma City.
Trueblood was not arrested, and the shooting appears to have been justifiable, police said.
Police were told Hall was armed with a knife when he confronted his mother in the garage of the home and demanded money. Hall's mother refused and retreated into the house, Knight reports. Hall forced his way into the house and attacked his mother. During the attack Hall was shot by Trueblood. Police said the shooting appears to have been in defense of the mother.
Hall was taken to OU Medical Center where he died later. Trueblood was released after being interviewed by detectives.
7:30 a.m. A man shot Thursday evening by another man inside a northwest Oklahoma City house has died, police said.
About 7 p.m. Thursday the man was shot inside 1625 Fordson Drive, near NW 16 and Rockwell Avenue, police Capt. Dee Patty said.
Master Sgt. Gary Knight reports Friday morning the man died at OU Medical Center.
The victim's name has not been released.
Police were interviewing a possible shooter Thursday night. Two women in the house during the shooting were not hurt.
The death brings Oklahoma City's homicide total for the year to 99.
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